The first phase of a project designed to allow easier public access to older deeds and mortgages on file with the county recorder's office came to an end last week.
County Recorder Linda Auleman said the $125,000 project is something she began planning when she took office nearly three years ago.
The actual records, some dating back to the early 1800s, will remain on file at the courthouse, but they also eventually will be online and indexed for easy searching by the public.
The project tackled records from 1975 and older.
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